claudia. 23. full time camera assistant. i may work on movies but i still have no idea what i'm talking about.
Okay but this was super wholesome? There’s something extremely comforting but still exhilarating about a classic Jane Austen inspired movie- you know exactly who the love interest is but you’re still fully invested in all the character growth.
I don’t know if it’s just me but I feel like filmmakers have also gotten better at making period pieces more relatable? As in we’ve finally cracked the code for keeping the period but having fun characters who are just as human, loveable and pathetic as modern times.
- Margot 👏🏼 Robbie 👏🏼
- I am going to buy Harley Quinn’s entire wardrobe
- The POWER of women had me SHAKEN
- Genuinely funny and charming
- Having female creators at the helm shows and I love it’s unwavering female gaze
- No fucking mention of Jared Leto
- DC clearly had to have a whinge and insert their 30 minute obligatory fight scene that added nothing to the story’s emotional core
- Like it really…
Straight up, I am a well-read person. I'm vegetarian and I come with some solid facts about the environment. So I thought this documentary would align with a lot of my passions.
It. Fucking. Didn't.
This is a mess of a film. As pure documentary, it screams amateur. The narrator is self-obsessed with inserting himself into the narrative, and the first half is framed as one white dude finding out farming is a thing. In the first ten minutes the…
This film felt like one long breath. I sat on the edge of my seat the entire time, anxious of the outcome as absolutely immersed into the story of Nick Dunne and Amazing Amy. One of the most powerful stories of the year, if not the last decade.
Incredible and exhilarating. I'm still in shock.